WONDER WOMAN Star Gal Gadot Gives A Production Update On Planned Threequel

Warner Bros. and director Patty Jenkins are still planning to move forward with a third Wonder Woman movie, and star Gal Gadot has now given a rough update on when production is expected to begin.

Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins confirmed that she's working on a third solo outing for Diana Prince during the first DC FanDome last year, but details have been few and far between since. There's been some speculation that Warner Bros. might have put the project on the back-burner, and star Gal Gadot has now provided an update on when production is expected to commence.

While speaking to InStyle, the Red Notice actress revealed that the script for Wonder Woman 3 is currently being worked on, and filming will "probably start in a year and a half or so." That's obviously far from a specific timeframe, but it does at least suggest that Jenkins and the studio have a plan in place.

Plot details are currently non-existent, but we do know that original small-screen Diana Prince, Lynda Carter, will return as Asteria after her small role in WW84. Jenkins has previously indicated that she was working from an early idea for a third film, but after the decidedly mixed response to the last movie, we wouldn't be surprised if the studio asked Jenkins to go back to the drawing board on the story outline.

In the same interview, Gadot gave an update on the upcoming Cleopatra movie.

“I can’t reveal a lot, but I can tell you that we’re going to celebrate the Cleopatra story,” she said about her next project, which recently saw original director Patty Jenkins step away and Kari Skogland take over. “We’re going to show not just how sexy and appealing she was, but how strategic and smart, and how much impact she had and still has on the world we’re living in today.”

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